I'm concerned about my budgie droppings, they've become watery with yellow urine and now they're solid again but still with the yellow urine. Nothing changed in his diet lately, I justy noticed that he's not eating much his veggies like he used to. He's also going through his first molt. The only thing new in his routine is a new swing and a new playground I just bought for him and I checked that they're not toxic but I'm not sure of anything anymore now. He doesn't seem sick at all, he's eating his seeds and chirping as usual.
P.S There's no avian vet or exotic vet in my country
Here's a picture of his droppings
And here's the new toys i bought for him, sorry it's in french.
He's not on a seed only diet I just said that he's not eating his veggies as much as he used to, I also give him some fruits from time to time and he already has a cuttlebone. I also said that there's no avian vet or an exotic pets vet in my whole country.
Think of you and your digestive system .. Sometimes when u get anxious or worried ( stressed ) that can affect your stomach ..
Did something stressed him ( molting can be stressful sometimes ) does he have that kind of behaviour .. ?
I am not sure if i can see some dark green or black droppings .. that could indicate a liver problem ( usually comes from colorfull busquits or pellets that seed mixture contains ) ..
Does he prefer some seeds maybe more fatty or grains .. ?
It could be a lot of things or nothing at all , just eating habbits ..
If i couldnt go to a vet i would give him only seeds for some days (for 3-5 days taking out any fruits , vegies , pellets or busquits ) and clean water .... if that does not help i would try giving him some extra vitamins ( or herbs with caution as its recommended ) that could help his digestive and liver ( you can find some by searching here or google ) ..
FaeryBees last 2 articles can really help identify and even solve your " problem " with the help of other articles too ..
Spent some time reading them ..
Tell us what you tried and how he is doing the next days ..
With the right motivation, you can work with a regular or veterinarian to get the proper care for your budgie(s).
You will want to do as much research as you can and learn as much about budgies and the best practices for their care so you can provide your little ones with the best possible life.
We have a member in India who has done this and has developed a great relationship with a regular vet.
With the member's research and the vet's collaboration, they have found ways of providing care for her budgie that she would have not been able to manage otherwise.
When you develop a good relationship with a regular veterinarian, that individual can collaborate via telephone or Skype with Avian Veterinarians in other countries if necessary to get assistance in appropriate diagnosing and prescribing treatment for your Avian companions.